PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF
Kempsville High Schoo
PRINCESS ANNE, VIRGINIA
DO NOT REMOVE FROM LIBRARY
The history of Kempsville High School can be traced back for a num-
ber of years, the first school being known as Kempsville Academy. This
school was moved to several places, until the present grammar school was
built in 1910, with a staff of three teachers.
The present school was built in 1924, with Mr. T. C. Anderson as prin-
cipal and a faculty of four persons. During the first year of the school,
both the Student Council and Kempsvillian were begun, and they have con-
tinued until the present time. Kempsville is the only school in the county
that can boast of such a record.
Throughout its history Kempsville is proud of the athletics offered.
Both the girls and boys basketball teams were started in 1924, and they
have been a great credit to the school, having won county championships
many times. In 1937 football was offered to the students of the high school,
making the athletic program include baseball, track, football, and basket-
In the 16 years of its existence at its pre.sent site, the school has made
great strides in the realm of education. The curriculum is constantly be-
ing improved and enlarged, and the faculty has grown from four to fifteen.
Those of Its who have been associated
irith the Seniors of lOH have experienced a
distinct pleasure and a satisfaction in assist-
ing these young ladies and i/oung men in at-
taining many of those nolile qnalities of onr
generation of tomorroir. Se)riors, you are
challenged to develop further with each suc-
cessive year your physical, mental, social and
spiritual resources until you receive the high-
est attainment possible. You can achieve
greatly through a clear and powerful urge to
accomplish something notable, through a
superior persistence and through marked
faith in yourself. You have the very best of
u:ishes for your success.
Frank L. Fentress
Frank W. Cox
A. B., William and Mary Col-
lege; M. A., University of Vir-
ginia ; Principal of a High School
in Giles County for six years;
Principal of Oceana High School
for four years.
Frank L. Fentress
Attended William and Mary
College for two years, North
Carolina State for three years,
summer school at University of
Virginia for one year, M. A.,
Columbia University; Principal
of the Court House School for
Lucy Gary Ruffin
Hist 01 ji
Secietary to Principal
Calendar of Events
September 5 — School opened
October 16 — Holiday due to registration of draftees
October 24 and 25 — Carnival Queen, Louise Johnson ; King, John Williams
November 1 — Won Deep Creek game
November 11 — Armistice holiday
November 13 — Seniors gave mimeograph machine to school
November 21 and 22 — Thanksgiving holiday
November 29 — Played Culpeper for eastern title
December 13 — Home Economics Play
December 19 — School Bond issue voted on
December 20-January 6 — Christmas holidays
January 28 — First term ends
February 22 — Dance given for Culpeper
March 5 — County championship won by girls and boys
March 7 — Mr. Roberts awarded F. F. A. prizes
March 13 — Miss Watterson becomes Mrs. Kicklighter
March 22 — Construction on new school begun
March 28 — Turn-about Minstrel and Fashion show.
April 2 — First game of baseball season won
April 4 — Musical festival in Richmond
April 8 — Pictures were taken for annual
April 11-14 — Easter holidays
April 17 — Literary and track events at William and Mary
April 18 — Home Economics girls went to Washington
April 23 — Senior forum
April 25 — Senior play
May 2 — Junior-Senior banquet
May 9-10 — State track and Literary events at Charlottesville
June 1 — Baccalaureate sermon
June 3-4-5 — Final exams
June 6 — School closes.
President Herbert Brady
Vice-President Norman May
Secretary Louise Gibney
Treasurer Katherine Eaton
Miss Helen Eddy Sponsor
Never to be forgotten For-
ward, will make an excellent
A (iroU, attractive intiivid-
A dash of laughter, a pinch
of common-sense, and mix
well with conveisation.
Hollow to her toes plus a
Inquisitive, seems to have
an unlimited amount of en-
Our brisk and energetic
future chemical engineer.
Unassuming, amazing oth-
ers by her caustic comments.
None her equal in basket-
ball, matching it with a pleas-
Brilliant with unplumbed
A person you'd like to
Graceful as a dancer and
as a person.
in a unique way.
Sincerity her keynote.
Cryptic remarks plus dra-
A spring time every year
you, once in a lifetime.
An embryo successful pri-
Brown eyes that speak, en-
sembles that arouse envy.
An unaffected, up-to-the-
Artless and amiable, once
her friend always her friend.
Good-natured contractor t(
be, ever ready to help.
The stage his chosen work,
Well-informed and diplo-
matic, two qualities that con-
stitute a banker.
Warm - hearted, sensible,
Takes life's problems and
pleasures in her stride.
A irrown-up leprechaun.
Business-like in manner
adding to this an unsuspect-
ed touch of comedy.
Irresistible giggle coupled
('ompetent and level-head-
Every task efficiently com-
A likeable, temperamental
Bustling energy, sports his
in an unassuming way.
Evei- ready to help another.
D r a m a t i c, never-ending
Farming his forte.
DOROTHY JANE SMITH
Talks mile-a-minute, the
teaching profession hei' aim.
A singular person possess-
ing dry wit.
Creator of Kenipsville
Good-natured, and an in-
Best All Aroioid
Last Will and Testament
E, the Senior Class of lil41, ol" Kempsville Hiuh School, in the County of
Princess Anne, in the State of Virginia, hereby draw up, ordain, and
establish this our last will and testament, disposinij of all property we have
accumulated during our four enjoyed years in high school and revoking
any other will made by us at any other time.
Item 1: We leave to the class of li)42 our intelligence, dignity, and ability to lead the
underclassmen through a successful year.
Item 2: To the faculty, we leave our blight and useful suggestions so that in years to
come teaching will be much easier for them.
Item ;i: Lothai- Rieder leaves to Fiances Hallance his reducing diet in hope that Fanny
will take heed and have a slim and beautiful figure.
Item 4: Mary Bartee leaves her appetite to Evelyn McKowii so that there will be no
scraps left back in the Home Economics Deiiarliiient.
Item 5: "Bill" Robishaw leaves to the slow and careful driver, Granville Giay, the
ability to turn a corner without speeding up in hopes that some day he will turn
a corner with all 4 wheels.
Item (5: To "Gary" Griffith, Katherine Eaton leaves her basketball ability, on condition
that she can still lay on the floor half the game and hold the opponents down to a
Item 7: "Tiny" Robishaw leaves his chemical ability to "Doe" Hardy so that he too
might become a successful chemist as Tiny has proven to be.
Item 8: The quiet unconcerned Ruth Saiiford leaves her dignified laugh to Julia
Item 9: "Tony" Ewell leaves his love for^chool work to !\hiry Moore so that she may
benefit as much as he has.
Item 10: To Claude Bates and Page Haverty, Elizabeth Singleton leaves her ability
to dance because she wishes for them to catch up on the latest rhumba steps.
Item 11 : "Bob" Garrene leaves his little mouth to Arline Frizzel so that the teachers
and students will not have to listen to her blow off all the time.
Item 12: Herbert Brady leaves to (ioidon Oliver his track shoes with the hope that
"Gordy" not only will win the district track meet but also Gary's heart.
Item 13: Virginia Jordan bequeaths her pleasingly stout figure to Evelyn Martin in
the hope that it will help her to get to Hollywood.
Item 14: Theodore Waters leaves his witty comebacks to Lewis Johnson providing he
doesn't keep people laughing during class period.
Item 15: Marie McClain wills her seriousness to the happy-go-lucky Doris Young and
Item 1(5: Harold Bell leaves his baseball ability to James Peterson and Granville Lynch
provided they don't fight over the ball out on the field.
Item 17: Norwood Shirley bequeaths his golden locks to Norma Taylor in hopes that
the men will be attracted by her beauty in later years.
Item 18: Doris Ives wills to Irene Rieder her basketball ability that she may win a
K next year.
Item 19: To John Creekmore goes Elmore Lewis' mental ability so John won't have
to study next year and yet come out on top.
Last Will and Testament — (Continued)
Item 20: Lillian LonEwoith and Anna Hill leave their sinRing ability to Isabelle Jen-
dricks that she may sinn' in a night club in years to come.
Item 21 : Garland Smith wills to Bill Kennedy his knack for creating disturbance in
Item 22: Margaret Green leaves her shy and retiring nature to Estelle Pierce and
Ethel Moritz, hoping they will not abuse it.
Item 23: To Oneida Kilman, Claudia Albertson leaves her ability to get her man and
Item 24: Irene Barrett leaves her slow southern drawl to Vivian Keating.
Item 25: Ray Barnes bequeaths his sense of humor to "Kitty" Growling so she won't
lose her temper .so much.
Item 26: Isaac Gottlieb leaves his achievement in sports to "Betty" Lewis.
Item 27: Kenneth Lassiter wills his daik Clark Gable mustache to the romantic S. T.
Item 28: To Louise Ambrose, Louise Gibney wills her method for disposing of fi'eckles.
Item 29: Esther Brown bequeaths her date books to Chauncy Krahenbill that he may
have more success with his dates.
Item 30: Evelyn Hargiove wills to Mildred Burford and DeKoven King her quiet
Item 31: Kathleen Greenlee leaves hei- dramatic ability to Hilda Ricks providing she
doesn't over do it.
,Item 32: John Williams wills his road map to Robert Webb so he will be able to get
around in Glen Rock.
Item 33: Rose Heffington leaves her cheerleading ability to Lois Lee considering she
takes advantage and wins a letter.
Item 34: Paul Large bequeaths to Joe Parron his grim determination.
Item 35: Norma May leaves to Dan Grain his "fags" in order that he will have some-
thing to -skip assembly for.
Item 36: Barbara Makinson bequeaths to Eunice Roseberry and Vivian Jones her
ambition to loaf in study hall.
Item 37: "Dottie" Jane Smith leaves her typing ability to Dan Makinson and Katie
Fisher, on one condition, they don't win all the pins in typing.
Item 38: Ruth Munden leaves her sweet disposition to the quiet Joe Barrett and
Andrew Moseopolis that is, if they don't take it to heart and win all the girls
Item 39: June Bodnar leaves to Charles Ambrose and James Lowry her quiet and calm
Item 40: Estelle Jones wills Elizabeth NucUols and Dorothy Parker her bashful ways
Item 41 : To Louise Bibb, Frances Price leaves her flashing brown eyes.
Hereunto have we set our hand and seal, knowing that all provisions herein pro-
claimed arc unalterable and indisolvable.
Signed. Elizabeth Mast. Testator.
President Claude Bales
Vice-President Page Haverty
Secretary Norma Taylor
Treasurer Irving Hardy
Sjxnisov Elnora Overley
Samuel Thomas Pledger
Section A Officers
President Dick Albertsou
Vice-President Dorothy Rosebeny
Secretary Evelyn Maxwell
Treasurer Norman Wicks
Dick Albertson George Parron
Rebecca Alderman Jack Parron
Ruth Bennett John Rockey
Robert Borte Dorothy Rodgerson
Joyce Brinkley Dorothy Roseberry
Antelia Byriini Gwendolyn Ruggles
Neil Charland Irene Te'bault
Jack Clausen Elwood Trueblood
Dorothy Drummoud Dorothy Williamson
Billy Duplain Margaret Wiser
Alice Eichelberger Doris Wolfe
Clarence Felts Norman Wooldridge
Section B Officers
Presidetit David Robishaw
\' ice-President George Holland
Sec. a}id Tiecis John Hardy
Mrs. E. Kicklighter Mr. H. C. Moore
f'resklent Louise Johnson
}' ice-President Charles Robishaw
Sec. tnid Treas Helen Kiff
Betty Lee Beard
Ftenident Frank Nuckols, Jr.
Secretary Rudy Felts
TrcasKrer Charles Parker
Frank Nuckols, Jr.
President Catherine Barnes
Vice-President Betty Lou Housam
Secretary Mary Rhodes
Treasurer Joe Bell
Louise Ambrose Ralph JusUn Mary Rhodes
Catherine Barnes Marie Key Margaret RidRewell
Jack Bass David Kirby Dewey RodKcrson
Joe Bell Sally Land Katherine Savage
Lucy Blackniore Doris Large Marie Savage
Amos Bontrager Lorraine Lee Shirley Scott
Betty Brown Audrey Marr Helen Singletary
Herbert Cl'oss Howard Mathias Doris Thomas
Lyda Dunn Helen Mathias Frances Thurman
Glen Glans Charles Mills Thoman Turner, Jr.
Billy Harrell Fay Moore Barbara Varady
Doris Harrison Odell Murphy Robert Weaver
David Hildebrandt Nathional Nottingham, Jr. Edward Webb, Jr.
Betty Lou Housam Earl Parker, Jr. Joe Weeber
Betty Lee Jones Charles Rawls Elsie Yodcr
Walter Jones Gerald Reid Galen Yoder
426 Massachusetts Ave.,
Washington, D. C,
April 27. 1951.
Dear Gary :
I ran across Doris Lee Ives in front of the Capitol Building', last week and we spoke
of the good old days, back at Kempsville High. She is Roosevelt's private secretary,
since he stalled his fifth term and, as I understand, she is well suited to her job. On
that same afternoon, I saw Estelle Jones and Marie McCIain who were in town for the
Nurse's Convention, here. Elizabeth Singlton is a successful nurse, here and her fiance
is chairman of the National Boy Scout Movement.
It is really surprising how many Kempsvillians are now in Washington. Evelyn
Hargrove is Assistant Editor of the Washington Post and it was only yesterday that I
read in her paper that Kenneth Lassiter is preparing for a Violin Recital at Carnegie
Hall, in New York, next week.
Barbara Makinson was in town last month, to report her finding nf a new element,
which will put her in line for the Nobel Prize in Science.
Do you remember Garland Smith? His ambition was to be a mechanic and it w'as
exactly one year ago that he applied for a patent for his new type airplane. If you
recall, it was in that plane that "Tiny" Robishaw set the new World's record with his
non-stop flight around the World. It seems that "Tiny" persuaded Elmore Lewis, who
is now a banker on Wall Street, to back him, financially. Incidently, June Bodnar is
Oh yes, my dear, and isn't it amazing how Herbert Brady worked up to the rank
of General in the Army .<o quickly?
When I was in New York City, the last time I decided to go down to Macy's Base-
ment and was I surprised to find Rose Heffington in charge of the sales department,
I hear that Lillian Longwoith and Louise Gibney are both successful nurses at the
Norfolk General Hospital. Remember me to them if you should chance to meet them,
Do you lemember Bob Garrene? Well, he is back in St. Louis earning his living
for himself and his lovely family as a machinist.
Have you seen Frances Price lately? Is she still secretary at Ames and Brown-
ley's? I heard that Anna Hill also does office work for that concern. I am happy to
know that Margaret Green is Sales Manager at Rice's Department Store, downtown in
Have you seen Esther Brown since she has been stenographer in the State Capitol
at Richmond? I understand that Ii'ene Barrett is also at the State Capitol. She is the
Governor's private secretary.
Write soon and tell me the news concerning all our old friends. It's a bad policy
to forget the ones that did so much to make your life so happy at school.
Senior Prophecy — (Continued)
May 13, 1951.
So glad to receive your ever-welcome letter with its interesting news, concerning
our old friends.
As far as news goes, I'll bet I have a bit that hasn't reached Washington, as yet.
"Tony" and "Kitty" Ewell are the proud parents of a handsome set of twins, Boys, to
take care of their lovely two year old girl. "Tony" is a Lieutenant-Commander, now,
and is expecting a new commission at any time.
Elizabeth Mast, who began her career as the Girl's Coach at our dear old Alma
Mater was married, last week, to you know who, in Bayside. Mary Bartee, who teaches
Home Ec, at K. H. S. was the Maid of Honor. The Bride's trousseau was designed by
Virginia Jordon at her dress shop, where she employs Ruth Munden.
Bill Robishaw, who owns the Robishaw Model Dairy Farm has recently laid plans
for several new buildings, to add to his evei-expanding enterprise. The contractors for
his latest venture are Kathleen Greenlee and Paul Large.
Lothar Rieder has a contract for the new Kempsville High School, the foundation
of which has just been laid. Mr. Reider's books are kept by little Ruth Sanford.
Norfolk has certainly impioved hei- Communications System since Theodore Waters
opened up his gigantic Bus Terminal. Ray Barnes is his illustrious business manager.
The Williams family (John, Claudia and the six kiddies) were an exceedingly
prosperous looking group when I happened to see them at Church, last Sunday morning.
John's vegetables must be marketing exceptionally well.
I went down to have my glasses changed, a few days ago and who should appear
to wait on me but Isaac Gottlieb, who is manager of D. P. Paul's.
Can you imagine, Vivian, "Droop" May is still trying to get through V. P. I. He's
such a patient .soul.
Harold Bell really does know his machines. He is the highest paid employee at
the Naval Base.
Dorothy Moore is doing very well for herself, it .seems, as she has a fine position at
the Seaboard Air Lines.
Norwood Shirley has made a remarkable business out of the training he received
at Kempsville. His fertilizer factory is known the Country over and we should well be
proud of him.
Every country has its patriots and it shall not be said that K. H. S. has not pro-
vided .some of them. For example, Dottie Jane Smith, who had a fine position in Rich-
mond has given it up to come and teach the High School students, in the new school,
when it opens, we hope, in September.
Hoping this letter finds you and yours, well and happy, I remain,
Vt';j/ shicerelii yoiim.
Editor Evelyn Hargiovo
Assiiciote Editor Irving: Hardy
LUeritri/ Editor Barbara Makinson
Art Editor Arline Frizzell
Pliotot/riiither Mildred Burford
Activities Editor Dorothy Smith
Sports Editor Irene Rieder
llitsiiiess Myr Norman May
Asst. fliisiiiess Mgr Oneida Kilnion
S])ovsor Miss Elnora Overley
The publication of the Kemhisco is one of the most anticipated events
of the school year. From October until May there is a continuous succes-
sion of pictures being made, snapshots entered, write-ups turned in and
many worried sessions of the staff.
We of the staff had but one objective — to give you a book — which will
keep alive the memories of a year which has passed all too quickly.
Cooperation and the ceaseless efforts of all who assisted have made
this second volume of the Kemhi.sco possible.
President James Robishaw
Vice-President Irene Rieder
Secretary Elizabeth Mast
Treasurer John Williams
Louise Gibney Senior Representative
IrvinK Hardy Junior Representative
DeKoven Kinp; Junior Representative
John Hardy Sophomore Representative
Doris Wolfe Sophomore Representative
Frank Nuckols Freshman Representative
Wesley Bauni Freshman Representative
Edward Webb Seventh Grade Representative
The Student Council first became active in Kempsville the year of
1935-36. The council consists of students of the high school. They are
elected by the student body for the ijurj^ose of setting rules for school
morale. With representatives from all classes of the high school to help
the principal succeed in this, the students would adopt and carry out rules
better. Four members are selected from the Senior class. The President,
Secretary, and Treasurer are selected from these four ; three are selected
from the Juniors with one selected as Vice-President. One is selected from
each of the Sojihomore and Freshman classes.
Captain Norwood Shirley
Lieutenant Joe Barrett
Lieutenant Kenneth Lassiter
Sponsor Mr. Moore
Eight years ago the Student Patrol was established as a service or-
ganization under the sponsorship of the Tidewater Automobile Associa-
tion. Its primary purpose has always been to promote safety; that is, to
protect life and property among students and faculty. This year the boys
have cooperated in doing a job thai they feel has been done well.
Members: Ray Barnes, Harold Bell, Moses Gottlieb, Page Haverty, George
Holland, Stuart Ives. Lewis Johnson, Chauncey Krahenbill, Dick Mat-
tox, Ernest Miner, Andrew Moscopolos, Horace Moore, Gordon Oliver,
Bill Robishaw, Robert Webb, Vernon Wilson, Garland Smith, David
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President James Robishaw
Vice-President Irving Hardy
Secretary Irene Rieder
Treasurer Oneida Kilmon
S))ou.<ior . Mr. Moore
Members: Claudia Albertson, '39; Dick Albevtson, '40; Charles Ambrose, Asso. ; Claude
Bates, '40; Ray Barnes, '40; Irene Barrett, '41; Harold Bell, '40; Herbert Brady,
'39; Esther Brown, '41; Mildred Burford, '41; Marilyn Burton, '41; John Creek-
more, '40; Kitty Crowling, '41; Katherine Eaton, '38; Gary Griffith, '40; George
Halstead, '41; Irving' Hardy, '39; Page Haverty, '40; Melvin Hvighes, '40; Louis
Johnson, '40; Oneida Kilmon, "40; DeKoven King, '40; Lois Lee, '41; Doris Lowery,
'41; Granville Lynch, Asso.; Barbara Makinson, '41; Dan Makinson, '40, Eliza-
beth Mast, '39; Dick Mattox, '41; Norman May, '40; Ernest Miner, '41; Gordon
Oliver, '39; Alice Oliver, '41; James Robishaw, '38; Bill Robishaw, '40; David
Robishaw, '41; Irene Rieder, "39; Lothar Rieder, '38; Dorothy Roseberry, '41; Dor-
othy Jane Smith, '40; Robert Webb, '39; John Williams, '39; Vernon Wilson, '40;
Doris Wolfe, '41; Coach Helen V. Eddy; Coach Harris C. Moore.
The Monogram Club, one of the oldest and strongest clubs in school,
awards athletic K's to those students who excel in the various sports.
Page Literary Society
President Katheiine Eaton
Vice-President Barbara Makinsim
Secretary Gary Griffith
Treasurer Doi'is Ives
Sponsor Miss Lucy C. Ruffin
Poe Literary Society
President Elizabeth Singleton
Vice-President Alice Oliver
Secretary Mildred Burford
Treasurer Mildred Burford
SjxDisnr Miss Louise Copeland
The Page ond Poe Literary Societies have achieved great success for
the several years they have been in organization. There are various activi-
ties in which the students can participate; namely, public reading, spelling,
debating, and public speaking. The literary contests which are held every
spring are sponsored by the Societies.
Members: Claudia Albertson, Irene Barrett, Mary Bartee, John Baum, Kenneth Broun,
Mildied Burford, Kathciine Eaton, Louise Gibney, Gary Griffith, Granville Gray,
George Halstead, Evelyn Hargrove, Doris Ives, Estelle Jones, Virginia Jordan,
Vivian Keating, Oneida Kilmon, Julia Kovach, Betty Lewis, Elmore Lewis, Lillian
Longworth, Barbara Makinson, Elizabeth Mast, Dick Matto.x. Mary Moore, Ethel
Moritz, Alice Oliver, Gordon Oliver, Irene Rieder, James Kobishaw, Elizabeth
Singleton, and Doris Young.
President Dick Mattox
Vice-President David Robishaw
Secretary and Treasurer Doris Wolfe
Reporter _ Alice Oliver
Sponsor Mrs. E. Kicklighter
Mombeis: John Baum, Weslfy Hauni, Kenneth Bioun, .Mihlred Buiford, Edith Gottlieb,
George Halstead. John Hardy, Geoisre Holland, Isabelle Jcndricks, Betty Lewis,
Dick Mattox, Ethel Moritz, Horace Moore, Alice Oliver, Gordon Oliver, Charles
Parker, Georfre Parron, Joe Parron, David Robishaw, John Rockey, Doris Wolfe,
and Doris Youn<r.
The 4-H Club members are a wide awake group of boys and girls who
are keenly interested in the opportunities offered by rural life.
Each member of the club has a project which he takes care of at home.
The various projects offered are: poultry, home beautification, crops, live-
.stock. and gardens.
Every member strives to make his project a prize winning one and to
live up to the motto. To Make The Best Better.
Home Economics Club
President Dorothy Moore
Firat Vicc-Prrsidcut . Louise Gibiiey
Second Vice-Presidoit Lillian Longworth
Secretary Margaret Green
Treasurer Kvelyn Rlaxwell
Sponsor Miss Copelaiid
Menibt'is: Ruth JMundeii. Louise Gibney, Lillian Lonpworth. Marie McClain. Elizabeth
Singleton, Margaret (Jreen, Louise Ambrose, Evelyn Garrene, Pauline Wallace,
Estell Pierce, Doris Young. Frances Price. .Marguerite Drummoiid. Frances Ellis,
Margaret Hargrove, Barbara Nelson, .\lice Shipp. Katheriiie Robbins, Glailys Har-
grove, Dorothy Rodgerson, Evelyn Ma.wvell, Irene Tebault, Vivian Cook. Ruth Ben-
nett. Corinne King. Esteile .Jones. Vivian -Jones. Hilda Kicks, Dorothy Drumniond.
Frances Mouer, .^rlene Frizzle, Elizabeth Mast, .Alaiy Bartee, Charlotte Williams,
Doris Munden, Dorothy Moore, Virginia .lordon, .June Chenoweth. Ruth Sanford.
The Home Economics Club has completed many successful projects
during the year. A play entitled "The Life of a Girl", which was present-
ed by the members of the Club and Home Economics Classes. This ])la\"
revealing the life of the average American girl was given twice.
Several banquets have been jilanned. prepared and served by the girls
this year; Father and Sons Banquet for the F. F. A. boys and their fathers,
a Ruritan Banquet, and a Mother and Daughter Banquet in honor of the
A wonderful tri]) to Washington, D. C. was enjoyed by the members
this spring. Among the sights seen were the cherry blossoms. Mount Ver-
non, the Capitol, Federal Buildings, and the Washington Mcnument.
Last Hallowe'en for the annual P. T. A. Carnival the gym was made
gay and colorful with streamers, witches, and goblins by the untiring ef-
forts of the girls.
The Club plans to send several delegates to the F. F. A. and Home
Economics Camp at Morgart's Beach this summer.
President Norma Taylor
Vice-President Julia Kovach
Secretary Mildred Burford
Treasurer Evelyn Hargrove
Sponsor Miss Lucy C. Ruffin
The Library Club has achieved great success for the two years it has
been in organization. Its purpose is to make the students more book con-
scious. As for the students, they have received great encouragement upon
the new books which have been added to the library this year.
Dotty Jane Smith
Future Farmers of America
President Norwood Shirley
Vice-President Gordon Oliver
Secretary Dick Mattox
Treasurer Chauncey Krahenbill
Watch Dog Wesley Baum
Advisor Mr. J. G. Roberts
The F. F. A. was organized at K. H. S. more than seventeen years ago.
It is a service organization designed chiefly for the training of rural boys
to become leaders in their respective communities.
Members: John Baum. Wesley Baum, .James Bland, John Cook, Bonnie Flannai;an,
Mose.s Gottlieb, (ieor>re Holland, Melvin Hutrhes, Barrow Humphries, Randolph Ives,
Stuart Ives, Geortre Kirkwood, Chauncey Krahenbill, Wilfred Larfre, Dick Mattox,
Ray McClain, Horace Moore, Otis Nixon. Gordon Oliver, Samuel PledRer, Aden
Scott, Norwood Shirley, Harold Spruill, Bedford Tate, and Vernon Wilson.
President Herbert Brady
Vice-Pyenident Louise Gibney
Secret ury Virginia Jordan
Treasurer DeKoven King
Sjwiisoy Miss Taylor
During the season of 1940-1941 the Dramatic Club has given two pro-
ductions. The fall production was a burlesque melodrama entitled "Dirty
Work at the Crosswords" with a heroine in distress, a villain that was
hissed, and trueblue Harold, the hero. The Spring production was "Op-o'-
Me-Thumb" a one-act play of a .scene in an English laundry about 1902.
Vivian Keating and Gordon Oliver had the leading roles, with Gary Grif-
fith as Celeste. Other parts were played by Alice Oliver, Alice Manning,
and Mildred Burford. The play was presented at William and Mary and
was awarded second place in the contest.
Altogether the season was a very successful one.
Irene Baiiett Isaac Gottlieb Kenneth Lassiter
Mary Bailee Granville Gray Barbara Makinson
Herbert Brady Gary (hiffith Alice Manning:
E.><ther Brown Iivinjr Hardy Elizabeth Mast
Mildred Burford Evelyn Hargrove Frank Nuckols
Catherine Duplain Estelle Jones Alice Oliver
Katherine Eaton Virginia Jordan Gordon Oliver
Rudy F'elt.« Vivian Keating Elizabeth Singleton
Louise Gibney DeKoven Kine
President , Irving Hardy
Vice-Presideiit Herbert Brady
Secretary-Treasurer Louise Gibney
"Triimjiet" "Orchestra Bells" "Saxophoue"
Herbert Brady Catherine Duplain Kenneth Brown
Jack Clausen Shirley Varus Harold Gibbs
George Halstead . ,. „ „„ „
"'^'ii'l't'" Granville Gray Marilyn Burton
Kenneth Lassiter „ Gwendolyn Ruffgles
Doris Wolf Trombone
Louise Gibney Irvinpr Hardy 'Horn
Walter Jones ^ , „ Gary Griffith
■■Pifun,-' Mr. Felix Hardin "Clariuel"
Elizabeth Nuckols John Henry Hardy
Alice Shipp Sponsor William Harrell
Mr. Harris Moore
Our orchestra under the leadership of Mr. Moore and under the direc-
tion of Mr. Hardin has been a credit to our school.
In the month of December the Orchestra held a concert at Court Hor.se
School. This Club has furnished music for entertainments held at the
At the Annual State Music Festival the orchestra made a very good
showing by placing fourth.
Next year we hope to have a band organized. This will arouse music
interests in many students.
The Kempsvillian Staff
BOARD OF EDITORS
Aiiinld Ewcll Edifor-iii-Chief
Kvi'lyn Hai-grove First I'nye Editor
Barbara Makinson Editorial Page Editor
Noinian May Sport I'af/e Editor
Kathciino Eaton Back Page Editor
Ray Barnes Business Ma)iager
Ht'ibcit Brady ,... Axuixlniil Manager
Dekoven King Assintant Manager
CIRCULATION AND EXCHANGE
IiciH> Barrett . Manager
Mattiu Webb Assistant Manager
Front Page — Norma Taylor, Betty Lewis, Chauncey Krahenbill and Evelyn Maxwell.
Second Page — Elizabeth Singleton, Moses Gottlieb, Dorothy Moore, Anna Hill and Garv
S/iorl Page — John Creekmoie and Gordon Oliver.
Bark Page — Doris Ives and Mildred Burford.
Reporter at Large — Georjre Halstead.
Gloria Barnes and Frances Price
Mr. Frank L. Fentress and Miss Elnora Overley
The Kempsvillian, the official student newspaper, was founded in 1925,
is published monthly by a staff made up of students under the supervision
of Miss Overley. The staff is selected by the senior members.
The air and purpose of the staff is to present a true picture of all
phases of school life condensed into four pages.
For the past two years the Kempsvillian has won first place in the class
"C" schools of Virpinin. This was m^de possible by the cooperation and
diligence of each individual of the staff.
President Elizabeth Nuckuls
Piauistfi Doris Harrison and Elizabeth Nuckols
Director Miss Susan Quinn
The Glee Club is the child of an organization that has been in long
standing a reputation of activity and musical excellence. We base this
latter assertion on the record established at the State-wide Music Festival
last year, and its splendid renditions in its spring: recitals. In the i)ast the
Glee Club was composed entirely of female voices, and boasts an active
membership comprising fifty students. The fluctuation may be partly at-
tributed to the inclusion of Seventh grade pui)ils. The direction of the club
and its music is created by Miss Susan Quinn.
The purposes of the Glee Club are to provide music for the .school,
to promote interest in choral music and harmonic rendition of voices, and
to provide a medium of self and group expression through vocal training
in group participation.
It has been the goal of the director to enlarge the .scope of group sing-
ing, and to give specific training in sight-reading. These two needs .seemed
to be the more e.ssential in the high school. Stress has been laid on musical
interpretation, harmonic perfection, and a geiniine love for choral and
President Louise Gibney
Vice-President David Robishaw
Secrito)-)/ (i»d Treasurer Evelyn McKown
Hotty Lee Fieard (leoige Halstead Dick Mattox
Ray Beasley Maig-aret Aiiiie Hargrove Evelyn McKown
Beverley Bennett George Holland David Robishaw
Kenneth Brown John Hardy Kathryn Rhodes
Kathleen Greenlee Bill Kennedy
Louise Gibney Betty Lewis
Striving for quality rather than quantity the Shuttersnappers Club is
composed of hard working truly ambitious students. To learn better
methods of taking pictures and to practice the rudiments of elementary
photography has been the aim of these picture conscious lads and lassies.
Work in the dark room has become a very interesting as well as educa-
tional hobbv for manv.
Our high school friendships soon must sever.
And fade as does the dying day.
Our closest bonds must all be broken,
As through this world we u-e)id our way.
But yet, whatever be life's fortune.
Though friendships fail and friends go by.
We'll love thee still our Alma Mater,
Our dear old Kempsville High.
Captain Lois Lee
Co-Captain Barbara Makinson
Who for? What for?
Who are you goin' to yell for?
K. H. S.
Salt, Pepper. Sugar, Cream,
Come on Kempsville, beat that
We take 'em big, We take 'em
We've got the team that takes
Steam, Steam, Steam.
Blue Devil, Blue Devil,
Team, Team, Team.
Shake up the fire
Shovel on the coal
We want a goal.
"Tiny" Robishaw Quaiteiback
"Termite" Brady Halfback
"Fisty" Bates Halfback
"Dopey" Wilson Fullback
"Flute" Haverty Center
David Robishaw Ritrht Guard
Dan llakinson Left Guard
"Toar" Rieder Left Tackle
"Bill" Robishaw Left End
"Droop" May Ritrht End
"Billy" Caton Left End
"Nuby" Creekmore Ri^ht End
Jack Clausen Right Tackle
Lewis Johnson Halfback
"Andy" Moscopolis Fullback
"Billy" Duplain Left Guard
Cecil Frizzel Left Tackle
Isaac Gottlieb Rijrht Tackle
Charles Robishaw Right Tackle
John Cook Left End
"Doc" Hardy Trainer
DeKoven King: Trainer
George Halstead Manager
Norman May Co-Captain
"Tiny" Robishaw Co-Captain
"Mickey" Moore Coach
This season was the most successful in the history of the team. After
only four years of football they took the tidewater class "C" Championship
Maury J. V. .
Deep Creek ...
Wilson J. V. .
Deep Creek ...
Girl's Basketball Team
Alice Oliver, gr., 1
Gary CirifFith, n'.. 2
Katheriiie Eaton, g., 4
Elizabeth Mast, f., 3
li-ene Rieder, f., 3
Claudia Albertson, f., 3
Kathleen Johnson, g.
Joyce Hrinkley, f.
Ann Swain, R-.
Vivian Cook, k.
Dot Koseberry, f., 1
Doris Wolfe, fi., 1
Mildred Burford, f.. 1
Kitty Crowlint;, 1'., ]
Esther Broun, i;., 1
Dorothy Jane Smith, g., 2
Louise Johnson, f.
(iloria Barnes, Manager
Helen Eddv, Coach
Shirley Wcilfe, Asst. Coach
Boy's Basketball Team
Gordon Oliver, g., 2
John Williams, g., 3
William Robishaw, c, 2
Irving Hardy, f., 2
James Robishaw, f., 1
Melvin Hughes, 1'.
Page Havertv, g.
Neil Charland. c.
David Robishaw, g,
Dick Mattox, trainer
DeKoven King, Manager
Harris Moore, Coach
Dick Mattox, Mgr.
Harris Moore, Coach
Horace Moore, c.
Irving Hardy, p.
William Robishaw, ]
Page Haverty, c.
Vernon Wilson, p.
Melvin Hughes, ss.
Norman May lb.
Baseball Team of 1939-40
Robert Webb, lb.
Harvey Nash, cf.
John Williams, If.
Harold Bell, 2b.
Joe Barrett, rf.
George Fingleton, 3b.
Roger Fingleton, cf.
Gordon Oliver, 3b.
"Dick" Albertson, ss.
"Bill" Duplain, ss.
Andrew Moscopolos, rf.
"Pig" Absolom, If.
James Parron, rf.
Irving Hughes, 2b
H. C. Moore. Coach
Cleon Harrell, Mgr.
Granville Gray, Asst.
Mgr. and Trainer
ALBERTSON, CLAUDIA LOUISE: '38 Basketball, Glee Club, Page
Literary Society, Shuttersnappers ; '39 Basketball, Softball, Page Literary
Society; '40 Basketball, Page Literary Society, Softball; '41 Basketball,
Home Economics Club, Senior Play.
BARNES, RAY E.: '38 Glee Club, Page Literary Society; '39 Student
Patrol, Page Literary Society; '40 Student Patrol, Monogram Club; '41
Business Manager Kempsvillian Staff, Student Patrol, Monogram Club.
BARRETT, IRENE VIRGINIA: '38 Glee Club, Page Literary Society;
'39 Glee Club, Shuttersnappers, Page Literary Society; '40 Page Literary
Society, Shuttersnappers, Kempsvillian Staff; '41 Page Literary Society,
Dramatic Club, Kemhisco Staff, Cheerleader, Monogram Club, Kempsvil-
lian Staff, Senior Play.
BARTEE, MARY .JOSEPHINE: '38 Glee Club, Shuttersnappers, Poe
Literary Society; '39 Glee Club, Shuttersnappers, Poe Literary Society;
'40 Glee Club, Shuttersnappers, Poe Literary Society; '41 Shuttersnappers,
Poe Literary Society, Dramatic Club, Home Economics Club.
BELL, HAROLD DIXON: '38 Page Literary Society; '39 Student
Patrol, Shuttersnappers; '40 Student Patrol, Baseball; '41 Student Patrol,
BODNAR, JUNE CHRISTINE: '38 Glee Club, Page Literary Society;
'39 Glee Club, Page Literary Society; '40 Glee Club, Library Club; '41 Glee
Club, Home Economics Club.
BRADY, HERBERT PRENTICE: '39 Dramatic Club, Monogram
Club, Page Literary Society, Orchestra, Football, Basketball, Track ; '40
Dramatic Club, Monogram Club, Orchestra, Football, Basketball, Track,
'41 President Dramatic Club, Monogram Club, Vice-President Orchestra,
Kempsvillian Staff, President Senior Class, Senior Play.
BROWN, ESTHER: '38 Glee Club, Shuttersnappers, Page Literary
Society; '39 Page Literary Society; '40 Page Literary Society; '41 Basket-
ball, Page Literary Society, Home Economics Club, Dramatic Club, Mono-
EATON, KATHERINE: '38 Basketball, Page Literary Society, Glee
Club, Shuttersnappers, Monogram Club, Secretary-Treasurer Freshmen
Class; '39 Basketball, Page Literary Society, Shuttersnappers, Secretary-
Treasurer Sophomore Class, Monogram Club; '40 Basketball, Page Liter-
ary Society, Treasurer Junior Class, Monogram Club; '41 President Page
Literary Society, Co-Captain Basketball Team, Home Economics Club, Page
Editor Kempsvillian Staff, Monogram Club, Dramatic Club, Treasurer
EWELL, ARNOLD: '39 Literary Society, 4-H Club; '40 Student Pat-
rol, 4-H Club; Kempsvillian Staff; '41 4-H Club, Editor Kempsvillian, Lit-
GARRENE, ROBERT J.: '38 Shakespeare Club, Ice Skating Club,
Roller Skating Club; '39 Shakespeare Club; '41 Weight Events in Track,
GIBNEY, LOUISE VIRGINIA: '38 Glee Club, Poe Literary Society,
Shuttersnappers; '39 Glee Club, Poe Literary Society, Shuttersnappers;
'40 Shuttersnappers, Dramatic Club, Orchestra; '41 President Shutter-
snappers, Dramatic Club, Home Economics Club, Orchestra, Secretary
Senior Class, Poe Literary Society.
GOTTLIEB, ISAAC: '38 Poe Literary Society, Glee Club, 4-H Club;
'39 Poe Literary Society, 4-H Club; Glee Club; '40 Dramatic Club; '41 Dra-
Senior Statistics — (Continued)
GREEN, MARGARET LOUISE: '38 Glee Club, Page Literary So-
ciety; '30 Glee Club, Page Literary Society; '41 Secretary Home Economics
GREEN EEE, KATHLEEN: '41 Page Literary Society, Shuttersnap-
pers, Senior Play.
HARGROVE. EVELYN LOUISE: '38 Glee Club, Poe Literary So-
ciety, Vice-President Freshmen Class ; '.39 Glee Club, Poe Literary Society,
Treasurer Sophomore Class; '40 Glee Club, Poe Literary Society, Library
Club, As.sociate Editor Kemhisco, Kempsyillian Staff; '41 Treasurer Libr-
ary Club, Page Literary Society, Editor Kemhisco, Page Editor Kemps-
yillian, Dramatic Club.
HEFFINGTON. REBECCA ROSE: '38 Poe Literary Society; Glee
Club; '39 Glee Club.
HILL, ANNA MAE: '38 Poe Literary Society, Glee Club; '39 Poe
Literary Society, Glee Club; '40 Kempsvillian Staff, Glee Club; '41 Kemps-
villian Staff, Glee Club.
IVES, DORIS LEE: '40 Secretary Page Literary Society; Kempsyil-
lian Staff, Secretary Junior Class; '41 Dramatic Club, Page Literary So-
ciety, Library Club.
JONES, CLARA ESTELLE: '38 Poe Literary Society, Glee Club,
Shuttersnappers ; '39 Poe Literary Society. Glee Club, Shuttersnappers;
'40 Poe Literary Society, Glee Club, Dramatic Club; '41 Poe Literary So-
ciety, Glee Club, Home Economics Club, Dramatic Club.
JORDAN, ETHEL VIRGINIA: '38 Glee Club, Poe Literary Society;
'39 Glee Club, Poe Literary Society ; '40 Glee Club, Poe Literary Society,
Dramatic Club; '41 Dramatic Club, Home Economics Club, Poe Literary
LARGE, PAUL MORTIMER: '38 Poe Literary Society. F. F. A.; '39
Poe Literary Society, F. F. A.; '40 F. F. A.
LASSITER. WILLIAM KENNETH: '38 Poe Literary Society, Glee
Club, Orchestra; '39 Poe Literary Society, Glee Club. Orchestra, Student
Patrol, Shuttersnapjjers, Dramatic Club; "40 Poe Literary Society, Or-
chestra. Student Patrol. Shuttersnaijpers, Dramatic Club; '41 Page Liter-
ary Society, Orchestra, Lieutenant Student Patrol, Dramatic Club.
LEWIS, UPSHUR ELMORE: '.38 Glee Club, Page Literary Society,
Student Council; '39 Glee Club, Page Literary Society. Shuttersnappers.
Student Patrol; '40 Page Literary Society, Shuttersnappers, Student
Patrol; '41 Page Literary Society, Student Patrol. Senior Play, Valedic-
LONGWORTH, LILLIAN FRANCES: '38 Glee Club, Poe Literary
Society; "39 Glee Club. Poe Literary Society; '40 Glee Club; '41 Glee Club,
Poe Literary Society, Library Club, Home Economics Club.
MAKINSON, BARBARA MAY: '38 Glee Club. Page Literary Society ;
'39 Glee Club, Page Literary Society, Shuttersnappers; '40 Kempsvillian
Staff, Page Literary Society; '41 Dramatic Club. Monoirram Club. Vice-
President Page Literary Society, Kemhisco Staff, Page Editor Kempsyil-
lian, Cheerleader, Senior Play, Salutatorian.
MAST. ELIZABETH DOROTHY: '38 Glee Club. Student Council, Poe
Literary Society; '39 Glee Club. Student Council, Poe Literary Society,
Monogram Club, Basketball ; "40 President Glee Club, Student Council. Poe
Literary Society, Monogram Club, Basketball: '41 Secretary Student Coun-
cil, Poe Literary Society, Home Economics Club, Dramatic Club. Monogram
Club, Co-Captain Ba.sketball Team.
Senior Statistics — (Continued)
MAY, CHARLES XORMAN: '38 Poe Literary Society; '30 F. F. A.,
Football; '40 Monogram Club, F. F. A., Football, Baseball; '41 Monogram
Club. Page Editor Kempsvillian, Vice-President and Business Manager
Senior Class, Business Manager Kemhisco, Co-Captain Football Team,
McCLAIX. THERESA MARIE: '38 Page Literary Society; Glee Club.
4-H Club, Shuttersnappers; '39 Glee Club. Page Literary Society. 4-H Club.
Shuttersnappers; '40 Glee Club, 4-H Club. Shuttersnappers; '41 Home Eco-
nomics Club, 4-H Club.
MOORE, DOROTHY MAE: '38 Glee Club, Page Literary Society; '39
Glee Club. Page Literary Society ; '40 Kempsyillian Staff. Page Literary
Society, Glee Club; '41 Glee Club, Kempsvillian Staff, President Home
MUMDEN, RUTH LOUISE: '38 Glee Club, Poe Literary Society; '39
Glee Club, Shuttersnappers; '40 Glee Club; '41 Home Economics Club.
PRICE. FRANCES GENEVA: '38 Glee Club. Page Literary Society;
'39 Glee Club, Page Literary Society; '41 Kempsvillian Staff. Home Eco-
RIEDER, LOTHAR: '38 Poe Literary Society; '39 Track. Monogram
Club. Football ; '40 Football. Track, Monogram Club. Discus Class C Cham-
pion of Virginia; '41 Football, Monogram Club. Track.
ROBISHAW. JAMES EDWARD: '38 Basketball. Tennis Champion
for 3 Years; '39 President Sophomore Class. Football. Basketball. Baseball.
Student Council ; '40 President Junior Class, President Monogram Club,
Football, Basketball, Vice-President Student Council; '41 Co-Captain Foot-
ball Team. Basketball. President Student Council, Monogram Club.
ROBISHAW, WILLIAM J.: '38 Student Patrol; '39 Student Patrol;
'40 Student Patrol, F. F. A., Baseball, Basketball. Track. Monogram Club;
'41 Student Patrol, Football, Captain Basketball Team. Baseball. Track.
Monogram Club, Senior Play.
SANFORD, RUTH: '38 Glee Club. Poe Literary Society ; '39 Glee Club.
Poe Literary Society; '40 Glee Club. Library Club; '41 Home Economics
Club. Glee Club.
SHIRLEY, NORWOOD: '38 Poe Literary Society, Glee Club, 4-H
Club; '39 Poe Literary Society, Glee Club. 4-H Club, F. F. A. ; '40 Treasurer
F. F. A., Student Patrol, 4-H Club; '41 President F. F. A., Captain Student
SMITH, DOROTHY JANE: '38 Page Literary Society. Glee Club; '39
Basketball. Glee Club. Page Literary Society. Shuttersnappers; '40 Basket-
ball. Glee Club, Page Literary Society, Shuttersnappers, Monogram Club.
Library Club; '41 Basketball, Kemhisco Staff, Glee Club, Monogram Club,
Home Economics Club, Senior Play.
SMITH, GEORGE GARLAND: '38 Page Literary Society. Glee Club;
'39 Glee Club. Page Literary Society; '40 Shuttersnappers, Student Patrol;
'41 Student Patrol.
WATERS, THEODORE: '38 Page Literary Society; '39 Shuttersnap-
pers; '41 Student Patrol.
WILLIAMS, JOHN G.: '38 President Freshmen Class, Glee Club; '39
Vice-President Sophomore Class, Basketball. Baseball. Monogram Club;
'40 Vice-President Junior Class. Basketball, Baseball. Student Council.
Monogram Club; '41 Treasurer Student Council; Basketball, Baseball.
Fitfti/ .V lie
A Friend of the Editor
Captain and Mrs. F. Rieder
Mrs. R. A. Barrett
Marinello Beauty Shoppe
A Friend of the
Girl's Basketball Team
Hale's Tourist Home
Lucy Gary Ruffin
Mr. F. A. Trimble
COASTAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
Our Modem Equipment inid Experienced Faculty
Qualify You in the Shortcut Possible Time
Commercial and Government Positions To Be Filled This Year
Call L. L. Kee for the Best Proposition in Norfolk
Phone 41544 Suite 34r> Monticcllo Arcade
Theatre Kkly. Virjiinia Beach
O. F. Baxter & Co.
Real Kstrtle, Reiitdls, 1 iimiraiice
225 E. Plume St. Norfolk, Va.
Ctnn itlitin'ii(.9 at
Health Center Roller Rink
Opoi Every Affernonn und Night
9th and Cninby Sts.
FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS THIS
FIRM HAS eujoyed the jnivilege nf
serving the stiideiitg of Keiniisville High
School . . . first ill their undergraduate
days, and later, as they found their place
ill the liiiNiiiess life of oitr community.
The Store for Men and Boys
Lee Tire & Rubber Co.
8i:}-815 Gianby St.
W. Lee Norman. .Vniiager
Phone 2G393 Norfolk, Va.
Hooven Co., Inc.
.limmy T. Doyle, Mgr.
( 'oiiij/liiiieiits of
DR. A. BARTLEY & SONS
Optometrists and Jewelers
146 Granby St. 237 Church St.
Traylor Optical Co.
115 College Place Norfolk, Va.
FRANK S. WEISHL GO.
The Oritrinal Cash and Carry
Wholesale Candy Company
llfi Bank St. Norfolk, Va.
State Farm Mutual
Automobile Insurance Go.
Floyd T. Deary, Ayeiit
Phone 'J6-J Virginia Beach
Authorized Sales and Service
Phone Berkley 1181-1182
1200 Poimlexter St.
South Norfolk Virginia
Ideal Printing Co.
' 1 FLAVOR
227 Bank St. ' Norfolk, Va.
Paxton Co.. Inc.
Industrial and Marine Supplies
64-66 Commercial Place
Phone 22381 Norfolk, Va.
William McC. Paxton
H. D. OLIVER
1501 Colonial Ave.
Virginia Beach Blvd.
Best Wisheg of
and Loan Association
:514 Boush St. Norfolk, Va.
'•FVRNITVKE FOR THE
Newton Florist, Inc.
Cornel- Boush Sti-oet
131 College Place Dial 20609
Coin iiliineufy c/
1037 Church St. Phone 45018
FAMILY SHOE STORE
"Good Shoes Cheap"
447-449 Church Street
KEE'S SECRETARIAL COLLEGE
(Accredited) (For Girls)
STENOGRAPHY CIVIL SERVICE
Seidell Aicade Phone 41287 Norfolk, Virginia
Phone Berkley 57
Green-Gifford Motor Corp.
100.-! E. Liberty St. South Norfolk, Va.
White's Beauty Salon
Rhoda White, Proprietor
Phone .39652 107 V^est 35th St.
Berkley Feed Corp.
QUALITY FEEDS AND SEEDS
Phone Berkley 385
1219 Liberty St. Norfolk, Va.
MEEKINS MOTOR COMPANY
Ideal Barber Shop
104 W. Princess Anne Road
Chesapeake Beach and Norfolk, Va.
Lea's Esso Service
Shore Drive at Chesapeake Road
Leon B. Basnight, Jr.
Priest Radio Co.
Phone 2(5271 1905 Colonial Ave.
Virginia Cleaning and
Carl W. Creekmore, Jr.
W. H. C. READING CLUB
Cox Funeral Home
King Floral Co.
Virginia Beach Blvd.
Flowers for All Ocraslovs
P. O. Lynnhaven, Va.
Barry, Parks & Son,
26 Selden Arcade
Coinjtletc Fill III lusuiaucc
Dr. Ezera Storm
Bisese and Console
Ralph ami Kaymond Ricks
PhoiU' 21511 Instant Service
American Sheet Metal Corp.
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL
Soroko's Meat Market
BEEF, VEAL. PORK, oikI LAMB
Home Killed Meats o Siiecialty
Norfolk, Va. Phone 25088
Meyers and Tabakin, Inc.
"The Frieiidlif Fiiniitiire Stnie"
246-248 Main St. Norfolk, Va.
J. S. Bell, Jr., & Co., Inc.
Johnnie Wood, Jr.
Bartee Bros. Super Service
Princess Anne Court House, Virginia
LEE TIRES AND BATTERIES
Between friends, nothing carries ijiiite .so much trarmth of feeling —
is quite so personal — as the exchange of photographs. Wouldn't you like
a neic one?
WELLFORD DUNFORD PHOTOGRAPHER
Fuel, Feed and
217 Seventeenth St.
Virginia Beach Virginia
R. M. Gregory
208 21st St. Phone 4
Virginia Beach, Va.
Colonial Oil Co., Inc.
PURE OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS
Kempsville High Lunchroom
Mrs. Jennie Wood, Dietitian
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The Franklin Printing Co.
Newport N*wt, Virginia
Norfolk Engraving Company
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